Askeaton – Co. Limerick:
Site on the east bank of the river, just north of the village.
Remains: church and transept chapel complete, but tower has fallen; convent and cloisters complete on the south side of the church (exceptional), with an excellent refectory added later; traces of the boundary wall and outbuildings: N.B. – the bas relief of St. Francis in the north-east corner of the cloister, many masons’ marks, the tomb of the unknown pilgrim, bas relief of unknown bishop in the choir, excellent reader’s desk in the refectory; woden statue exists.